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26 RV Parks near Dundee, New York
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Dundee. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Dundee in the left hand column.
May 2017 - $39.00
Good: very close to Watkins Glen, well-stocked store Bad: bathroom old and very worn, frayed around the edges, exposed pipes Typical of many private campgrounds in the region: many permanent trailers occupied seasonally. This campground caters to families with amenities designed for families, including a hokey miniature golf course - plywood on the ground. Verizon weak but OK (2 bars, 4G) Most sites are in an open, grassy area, but some are near trees and might have shade in the summer. Our site had water, but only a 30-amp connection. Store very well-stocked with RV parts - OlderGoat
Jul 2016 - $35.00
Mostly permanent residents with lots of outdoor party setups. The initial transient parking we were put in was open field in far end of park and the 30 amp power was weak and pulsating. Got moved to another slot near the office and power was good. It was too short for rv and tow vehicle. The owner/maintenance guy was very helpful. Very well stocked rv supplies probably due to number of older permanent units. Would stay here again only if no other park available. 24 hour WI-FI at office only. Good cable tv and water. - durham4926
Jul 2016 - $35.00
This was our second time staying at this campsite. We came back because we enjoyed how quiet it was, and how nice the owner was. This year it was like an entirely different campsite. The owner was exceptionally rude to us our entire stay, and was not very accommodating of our camper's needs - she would not move us to another site when we discovered the hookups were too far from the plug in spots, and assured us that the camper blocking us from pulling out would be gone before us (they were not). The bathrooms need a lot of updating and were dark, smelly, and hot. I don't expect luxury when camping, but this was downright gross. The campsite is mostly seasonal campers who were very rude towards new comers, but had a tight knit clique who were loud and boisterous late into the evening when we were trying to sleep. We had family join us in the tent, and when we went to reserve their space the owner acted like they would be full for the weekend and was again quite rude to us. However the weekend came and there were plenty of open tent spaces for our family. This was our second stay at this campsite, and it will most definitely be our last. - pancakevampire
Sep 2015 - $35.00
The camp is very well located if you are interested in exploring the Finger Lakes wineries. It is small and very unassuming, which we like. We tend to avoid the "mega-campgrounds". Most of the sites are occupied by seasonal campers so availability of sites is very limited. The best site is #1 for non seasonal camping. Plenty of space and not overlooking anyone else. There is no privacy, the sites are pretty much one next to the other.
We love the private beach and lake access. Very romantic and quiet. We would definitely stay there again sure we decide to go back to the Finger Lakes. - Catalina W
Jul 2015 - $26.00
Based on our experience so far, this is a typical northern New York campground. Out of 20 RV sites, all but 4 were occupied by seasonals. The 3 sites available for transients are tight for large rigs. We were in a 34 motorhome and it was very difficult to maneuver into site 20. Site 20 and 1 are the only 2 sites with any hope of getting a satellite signal from your rooftop. The site are grass and dirt, with a little gravel thrown around where you park your RV. A 4G Verizon signal was present, but data speeds were very slow. The campground appeared to have a wifi signal, but we didn't use it. Firewood was reasonably priced. A walk down a fairly steep hill got you to Lake Seneca. There are boat docks available.
The most interesting part was the quarter mile drive down a narrow gravel road with several blind corners. There is no room for vehicles to pass one another.
This is a good area to base camp for Watkins Glen, Geneva, Hammondsport and many wineries and breweries. The daily rate reflects the weekly price. Per day it is $30. Per week it is $180 in spite of what their website says.
The sites are tight. Our windshield was about 3 feet from the back end of the motorhome in front of us.
If you are gong to stay here, disconnect your Toad at the scenic overlook on Highway 14 near Randall Crossing Road. Use your toad to run interference going down the narrow gravel road to warn off any on coming traffic. - FnEJ
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We stayed in the Twin Fawns loop. Secluded sites, just about every site has brush on either side. Plenty of site space and a quiet CG. Showers clean. Beach is down a hill, we drove down instead of walking or biking. CG close to many wineries and golf courses. Penn Tan a short drive north has groceries. Real nice place here. - Bob806
Oct 2017 - $44.00
Fee included reservation fee and "out of state" fee. Sites are enormous and have vegetation that gives good privacy. Sites are mostly well maintained grass, but some had ruts from a wetter period. Camp sites do not have a view of the lake, but we enjoyed taking a picnic lunch to the lake for a great view. The finger lake area is beautiful and the vineyards make a scenic drive and winery tour a lot of fun. Good hiking within the park. - mroswell
May 2017 - $30.00
The park was extremely clean and the bathrooms in the loop that we stayed in appeared to be newly refinished. The staff was great and was willing too answer any questions that we had for them. There were a few sites that were pretty wet but in the Esperanza loop if you stay on the Eastern sites they seem to be situated a little higher than the rest of the park. - mdeisenroth
Sep 2018 - $50.00
We stayed here in late September. Site was in middle section next to playground & very close to showers / toilets which was convenient. Utilities were good. The only suggestion I would make for this park is a need for more gravel for each site. The park is really a good base for exploring the wine vineyards & the race track, but a little pricey for what you get. If you are looking for alternate spots, the KOA on the southern edge of town is nice, but the price is absolutely ridiculous. While there, we ate at the Watkins Glen Motor Lodge & I think the menu has not changed in 30 years, nor the decor. Would not have been shocked to see Dean Martin & Sammy Davis Jr. walk in the door with drink & cigarette. Sorry I did not come here in 1966.....this town was probably rockin' then. - Smooth Running
Aug 2018 - $58.00
We stayed at Clute for 9 nights as a base for exploring Watkins Glen, Seneca Lake and many of the wineries located around the finger lakes. As a previous reviewer commented, the first impression of the park is not great. It fronts a busy highway and is composed of probably 2/3 full time travel trailers and fifth wheels. As you drive in with the marina on the side it looks kind of like a storage yard. We reserved a back in site on the F-Line that backs up to a baseball field. Baseball season was over so no disturbance here. The site is nice and wide and mostly sunny. Utilities were great; however, the sewer connection is to an unthreaded 4" pipe so bring a sewer donut or duct tape. The cable connection had many channels and wifi was better than most parks. Great water pressure. There was torrential rain while we were at Watkins Glen, and the park, although mostly grass and turf had a lot of mud in the area next to the gravel pad for the rv where the patio rug would go. This must be a rainy part of the country and most of the sites had this mud/dirt area. It would be great if the park, run by the city, would lay some gravel down in this area. Another consideration for the back in, F-line sites is that there are overflow sites that could be used between the back of your rv and the baseball field. Not sure how a camper would navigate this area and park without causing a crowded situation. We did not have any overflow behind us during the stay. The ladies in the front office are truly awesome. They are most helpful with the details of the park and know tons about the surrounding areas. The lakeside park across the road was unfortunately closed due to the heavy rains and standing water. - tomcotten
Jul 2018 - $60.00
This was a weekend during the peak season, and we were placed on a pull though site that for most of the year serves as a driveway. It did have properly placed utilities and it was the proper size, but the site was all gravel whereas the rest of the campground sites were grassy. It was fine for a couple of nights, but my biggest objections were the people who cut through the site like it was still a driveway. I would not have stayed here if I had known ahead of time. - User2914
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Beautiful park. No individual site water. Hard to back in the camper. Angle of most sites seem to be in the opposite direction of what they should be. Be prepared to drive the wrong direction in order to back in correctly. - germaneighter
Sep 2018 - $32.00
Watkins Glen State Park is a beautiful park at the south end of Seneca Lake, in the Finger Lakes region of New York. The park is centered around a beautiful gorge that would be a mistake to miss, and the Finger Lakes area is the wine region of New York. It reminds me very much of a woodsy Napa or Sonoma. The campground is huge, about 300 widely spaced sites cut into the forest. Every site is pretty much in full shade all day. Sites in the Mohawk loop have 30 amp electric. The entire campground has occasional water spigots, and there are two dump stations. Sites are gravel and dirt. Most of the sites that are intended for RV's are fairly level, but this isn't universal. A problem with a number of the sites is that the trees make it hard to maneuver. We have a small class C, and had some difficulty wrapping our motorhome around one particular tree to get into the site (90). The roads are in similar condition. Big rigs might be able to get in, but it will be a challenge. AT&T service was good enough to stream video. Verizon was good enough for email, but that's about all. - AnnP
Aug 2018 - $32.00
This was a last minute overnight stop as we were trying to dodge rainstorms. Tried calling ahead and could never get through, but there were 4 sites left in the electric loop when we arrived. We chose #68 because it was so private but was pretty unlevel. Some sites were very spacious and some seemed very crowded, although all are shaded. We are in a 21' Class B so navigating the loop was no problem but I could see that bigger rigs may have trouble with the twisty-turny roads. There were water usage restrictions due to flooding in all of Watkins Glen (not just the park) so we did not use the restrooms. Great upper gorge hiking trails but the Gorge Trail is beyond beautiful! All can be accessed from the campground loop next door. - Debbie Collison
Aug 2009 - $38.00
This campground is poorly managed and not advertised at all. The sights are level with gravel but no sewers are available. They do have a dump station. We really like Watkins Glen and this is a nice easy parking spot but much too expensive for what it is. We were there during a major festival and all the other campgrounds in the area were completely filled yet this place only had about five sites occupied. At $20 - $25 we would be back but at $38 there are much better values in the area so we will not go back. - RalphA
May 2018 - $26.00
It's hard not to rave about this place. It's a small family-run campground surrounding two ponds. Site 4, long pull-through. Gravel and grass. Cost based on weekly rate for 30 amp after discount. Some sites have power and water. Lots of grass to walk dogs. The place is immaculate. The owners couldn't be nicer. Out in the country and very quiet. Don't follow Google directions, it leads down a dirt road; follow the route on the website. OK WiFi with booster; no ATT at all, no OTA TV. Verizon supposed to be good. - bobcovey
Jul 2017 - $35.00
This campground seems quite remote initially but it really is quite centrally located to the wineries, breweries and Keuka Lake. There are 2 nice ponds with paddle boats for use. Fire rings are located at each site. I would have rated this a 10 but there is no laundry for campers use or a dog park though there is plenty of room for one. Also, no doggie bags. Owners are super friendly and they will pump out your tanks at no additional cost when you request. Aesthetically, I would screen the maintenance building from the campsites but it wasn't too unsightly for us. The site was of sufficient width and really good length for our 45' DP and toad. There are about 20 sites available spread throughout the property. - FT Travelers3
Jul 2017 - $30.00
Extremely quiet campground. Not an RV park but big rigs easily accommodated in the six pull through sites. Owners take pride and live on the premises . Not a lot for kids but they have plenty of lawn space and paddle boats for the pond. Easy commute to any of the west side Keuka lake establishments and Hammondsport. Curtiss museum is interesting and about 15 minutes away. This campground is a perfect get a way for those who enjoy a quiet, well kept place. If you need a play ground, arcade, pool and activities to enjoy "camping", this is not for you . We enjoyed it here and will be back when visiting the area. - twins89
Sep 2017 - $30.00
Small campground with 14 RV and 10 tent sites at city recreation park. Campsites are under mature deciduous tree canopy located between a baseball field on one side and picnic area/trailhead to gorgeous Eagle Cliff water fall on the other. Most sites are "freeform" with no defined parking space, just a power pedestal and water spigot. Our Verizon cell had 4 bars of LTE, our ATT phone had no signal. Conveniently located 4 miles south of the town of Watkins Glen and 1 mile south of the village of Montour Falls. - readontheroad
Oct 2018 - $95.00
Our site was in the lower section of sunset acres. Not sure why, considering that heavy amounts of rain were in the forecast. Campsite was like a river, yet there were others that remained empty and were on the upper levels. - wheezer01
Sep 2018 - $85.00
Good campground ,sites were a little small but nice, campground staff were on top of everything grounds and facilities were always clean.The area is packed with things to do and the campground has a lot of attractions ,all around good campground. - gsull
Aug 2018 - $99.00
Campground is ok, but there are a few problems. The indoor pool was absolutely filthy - the floor & walls of the pool & spa needed brushing and vacuuming. There was some sort of brown debris on the bottom of the pool that I can only guess was diaper leakage. Water was cloudy in both pool and spa. Outdoor pool was nice but lacked a hot tub. The bad thing about the outdoor pool was that the lifeguard would kick everyone (including adults) out of the pool each hour so she could take a break. Another staff member would take over but wouldn't allow anyone in the pool - wouldn't it make more sense to certify the 2nd person? We stayed here for the extra resort activities, however the ones we wanted to use weren't open - the rock wall & zipline. Personally for the price I think the activities should be included in your stay rather than an additional fee. Restrooms were new and nice, showers could use a little deep cleaning. Sites are ok, but could use some shade. - Trailer Camper
Jun 2018 - $28.00
We stayed at Sampson State Park for a week in June and loved it! We had a nice shady, somewhat level and very spacious campsite in Loop 2. There are several water spigots in the center of each loop so, if you have enough hose or are close enough, you can fill your water tanks at your campsite. Otherwise, you will need to fill up at the dump station on your way in. Each site shares an electric pedestal, so you will probably need an extension cord for your power connection. The state park used to be an old Navy and Air Force base back during WWII and the Korean war. There are numerous roads (some not kept up very well) all around the state park so you can ride your bike for miles in the park itself. We visited the Museum on a day they were closed so we weren't able to see the inside, but enjoyed wandering around the outside looking at the memorials and artifacts. There are several geocaches hidden within the park if you are into geocaching. The only negative part to our experience was the fact that there are no rules dictating which way campers can pull into their sites; therefore, people were parked sideways and backwards in sites that should be typical back-in sites. I'm sure some do it because of the distance to the power pedestals, but our neighbors parked backwards in their site so that their front door was facing our front door. A bit uncomfortable when you are sitting out in front of your camper and staring right at other people. Only two trailers can dump at one time. Sunday morning check out was a nightmare for some with trailers lined up down the road waiting to dump. Other than that, the stay was great and we would definitely come back if in the area. - LZee11
May 2018 - $32.00
Very nice campground. Two dump stations near exit. Would definitely stay here again. - DCK22
Aug 2017 - $29.00
We had a back in Site 34 in Loop 1 with 30 AMP. You have to fill up your water tank near the dump station. There is no sewer hookup. The showers and bathrooms were clean and tiled. The park is huge with a beach along Seneca Lake, biking trails, and a game room for the kids. Basketball & tennis courts, and a marina and boat launch are on the huge park grounds. The road to the camp sites is rough, so drive slow. Loops 1, 2 and 3 have better level sites. Loop 5 is horribly unlevel down by the lake. It was a quiet campsite and we enjoyed staying here. The staff was helpful and very nice. If your RV is over 12 feet high, ask for directions to the park. There is a low level train track on the way south to the park. There is an air museum on the grounds. Our site had trees for shade. If in the area again, we would definitely return to stay at Sampson State Park. - Lindy White